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is to focus on how do you centralize healthcare, run up the costs and decreased access? is the reason we're here on the floor today. i. i reserve the balance of my time. >> mr. speaker, i yield myself two minutes. republicans will do is take away all the benefits the american people are already and theyder this law will stop the full implementation of a to provide millions of people with health insurance opportunities. i republicans colleagues say they want to do something about people with existing conditions. they say they care about stopping discriminatory practices. they want to stop rising healthcare costs. this bill, the affordable care act, as the one legislation that takes major steps on these issues. republicans offered nothing but opposition over and over again. this is the 37th time the house will vote to repeal the bill. the public and said it would kill jobs and they were wrong. they said the law would drive up health-care costs through the roof, they were wrong. we are seeing the slowest growth in health-care spending in decades. they have ignored the significant benefits t
, sources now say the irs official in charge during tea party targeting now runs healthcare office and is now responsible is for healthcare legislation. sara ha hall ingraham served as commissioner of the office responsible for tax exempt organizations between 2009 and 2012. mike emanuel is live capitol hill. >> congressional sources confirm that sarah hall ingraham is now leading the office that handles the healthcare law under the new healthcare law there is tremendous power for the irs in terms of enforcement, going after companies that don't implement the law. that don't go along with it it there is also fee collection. so one of the things that people up here on capitol hill are concerned about is they think the american public doesn't realize the full breath of the power, if you will, of the irs, shep. >> shepard: right, mike. i wonder what we are expecting in this hearing tomorrow. >> expect it to be tough. there will be a fair amount of no we didn't, yes, you did, as you have the inspector general sitting next to the outgoing acting commissioner leading republicans are sayi
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is the same agency that the president is going to entrust with your healthcare information because it's going to be in charge of enforcing obama care. >> oh, no, look there is no doubt about it, you know, senator leahy in vermont has come out and said -- that was on the other one, the ap story, but i mean that's the whole problem here, there are two of these right now where there is bi-partisan support. benghazi is a different thi inch thing. it's become so politicized and both sides are throwing barbs at each other. all of them we'll get to the bottom of them over time but we will not get quick answers on any of the three i don't think and that is going to bog the administration down where it doesn't want to be, defense instead of proactively getting its agenda passed. jon: it is hard to sometimes keep these three pot boilers separate, but for instance in the ap scandal, the attorney general himself, eric holder, president obama's right hand man and the nation's top law enforcement officer, he had to approve, personally, the collecting of these phone records, not only from ap offices, but al
as a public health nurse again. but it is the ability to have prevented healthcare. when i was a school nurse for many years in my community, it was very clear to me which kids had regular checkups and had a family that if you had a conference about not just an emergency accident because you can always go to a clinic. although that is very stressful if you don't have health insurance, but for the problems that arise, how is this going to be addressed long term? it was clear which families have access to health care and which did not. and i just knew that we needed to provide access for all people, and this is a big step in that direction. >> host: lois capps with us to talk about the vote that took place yesterday and about the rollout of the affordable care act. you can ask her questions on both here are the numbers 202-58-5388 ciro for democrats, (202)585-3881 for republicans, (202)585-3882 for independent and you can send a tweet and e-mail as well. the house is in today, so ms. capps will be staying with us until that time and the representative will take your questions. we start with the
healthcare. as a society, we are finally beginning to change that. those of you who are under age 26 already have the option to stay on your parents healthcare plan. but all of you are heading into an economy where many young people expect not only to have multiple jobs, but multiple careers. starting october 1, because of the affordable care act, otherwise known as obamacare, you will be able to shop for a quality, affordable land that is yours and travels with you. a plan that will insure not only your health, but your dreams that if you are sick or get into an accident, but we are going to be doctors to make sure it works also. we have to make sure everyone has good health in this country. it's not just good for you, it's good for this country. you have to spread the word to your fellow young people. which brings me to the second point. just as morehouse taught you to expect more of yourself, inspire those who look up to you to expect more of themselves or it we know that too many young men and our communities continue to make bad choices. growing up, i made quite a few myself. off my own
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line in terms of controlling with the media narrative around climate change, healthcare. but there are other buyers offering for "the l.a. times" and other papers who do want to see these continue as the important journalistic institutions that they are. oak tree capitol manages a number of pension there is. two days ago, the of the afl/cio boss: boss:how much support are you getting. >> the unions have been active on this boast in terms of expressing their displeasure. they've been holding protests, in chicago the tribune company in los angeles, orlando. there will be a national day of action coordinated with all of the groups that are working on this on may 30th. the union have really been bringing their efforts to bear. oak tree capitol own 23% of the tribune company stock. they are the ones who have to decide what should happen to these papers and certainly the financial issue will be an important one but they also have a public issue here as well. >> michael: is part of your effort and the groups that are with you is part of the effort to buy a buyer that is newspap
for south carolina values. >> change you can believe in after this healthcare bill debacle has become an empty slogan. and it is replaced by shady politics when you think about it. >> i'm not going to be intimidated by this president. what i am suggesting is that we work smart and together. we are about to spend a trillion dollars sometime tonight, maybe. if this is change we can believe in, count me out. >> call senator graham. tell him to keep fighting for south carolina. >> the only reason this ad is being run is to get in the face of immigration. when you see the ad, are you in the mind of whatever means necessary to get this thing done? if this is the message you need to give him the room he needs to craft this legislation and move it forward, then that's the price you got to pay. >> as a progressive, i'm not necessarily in favor or against that. but i have to say, you know, the dynamics, chris, are incredible. senator graham and many of his republican senators are getting a lot of love from many folks in the immigrant rights community and for many, many folks. there is a sense w
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do with healthcare is another difficult one. but it shows me two things. one is how that it is possible to horse trade a compromise and negotiate. it shows how impossible it is to do it in public. >> really? yeah. >> if we were doing this in public, there would be a thousand outside activist groups on all ends of the political spectrum attacking every little part. >> at some point, you will have to -- >> yeah. we absolutely do. i hope we are able to get something done soon. the senate is moving on quickly. >> bill: i think they have another hearing a mark-up in the judiciary committee. can you tell us who the other members of your gang of 8 are? >> the democrats are zo love, javier bassier and louise getteres of illinois. on the republican siteside john carter and sam johnson from texas and maurice diaz bellard from florida and recall labarador from ohio. >> are any of them in the leadership? the four republicans? >> no. none of them are in the leadership but recall labrador is one of the key players because he represents the younger tea
today by afscme. the good men and women of afscme. the largest public employee and healthcare worker's union in the entire country. under president lee saunders doing a great job making america happen. check out their web site, afscme.org. that's afscme.org. president obama yesterday little joint news conference with prime minister david cameron from the u.k. he was asked about reports the i.r.s. has been targeting mainly targeting political groups on the right. showing a partisan binge which we don't expect from the i.r.s. president obama saying he was outraged by this. once he got the facts if it's true, what was reported. he would certainly take action and make sure that those people who made that decision would be held accountable. lauren french is a tax policy reporter for politico pro. joining us on our news line this morning. hey, lauren, thanks for being here. >> thanks so much for having me. >> bill: so, first of all what is the i.r.s. accused of doing? >> it is accused of targeting conservative groups that use the word tea party in their tax -- but it is also -- expanded th
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healthcare for our staff members so we have a high deductible which we self fund this. so what we've been able to do is keep our insurance costs down for our employees by providing them a portion of health savings account matching them dollar important dollar and high deductible. so the premiums are low and health insurance doesn't cost much. we do natural approaches to health and people on our program we keep them in in a program that helps them maintain health. we have very low costs. this is going to force our organization to have to buy health insurance with he deductibles, high premiums. it's really not going to be able to allow us to fund the health savings account which is going to be worth less because the insurance will allegedly cover everything. it takes away customer health insurance policies so insurance companies are going to make us spend more money. >> clayton: where does the lawsuit stand now? >> the lawsuit is in federal district court in houston. within two weeks we will file for a temporary injunction blocking obamacare no matter what happens it decision will be appeal
the rising cost of healthcare and look for way too ways to drive down the cost of cies across our system. i think we have an opportunity to produce reform in a way that encourages greater economic growth and contributes to reducing the deficit as well. i think there are real opportunities in that space to bring things together as part of an overall approach. >> how does your work help prepare you for responsibilities you have been nominated to undertake? >> when i think about the deputy director role and the responsibilities that we were just talking about, i think there are three sets of skills i could bring to bear. first, a sound understanding of the federal budget. that is important and something i have developed over the last several years. worked closely with the development of the budget. worked closely with omb and other agencies. second, and understanding of how fiscal policy fits into an overall strategy to grow the economy and create jobs. that has been the focus of much of my perfection a work. i think it important now, because we are at an economic moment now where we have thes
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